5 Things you need to know before planning a trip to Bali:
It’s no wonder the idyllic island of Bali is known as the Land of the Gods and is the most lauded location in the Indonesian archipelago. It’s a paradise on earth with its pure natural beauty exuding peace and serenity. Its looming volcanoes, lush rice fields, pristine waters and yoga, and meditation retreats promise both relaxation and adventure. While the island also boasts of its bustling bars and resort towns, the island is also still in touch with its old world of culture and religion.
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Planning for a Family Cruise Holiday?
If you have decided to introduce the family to the cruise holiday lifestyle, you certainly would be alone, and the statistics said that last year, almost 40% of booked cruises included at least one person under the age of 18 in their group. Children tend to get bored very easily, and with that in mind, here are some useful tips on keeping your kids entertained on their very first cruise holiday.
Tips to keep your kids entertained on a Cruise :
1. Carry Out Your Own Online Research –
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That day was different. The skies were echoing unique tales. As we drove towards our destination, which seemed some 300kms away, the GPS broke. There were no phone connections. It was already 8pm but we couldn’t see anyone around. We continued driving thinking that it would lead us to our destination.
Our souls became apprehensive as the skies roared with lightenings, heavy downpour was about to lash us. The hilly turns became twisty and slippery. There were quite a few waterfalls on the passage, but no life could be seen. Where were we venturing into? There was a feel of … Continue Reading
Florence, the city of Love!
Our Florence expedition kept us mesmerized at almost every step as we walked hand in hand to explore every corner of the Florence. Be it the serenity of enjoying some great music in the moon lit night or climbing for Michelangelo Square, every moment was well explored. This post is all about “Piazzale Michelangelo”, a square dedicated to renowned artist Michelangelo Buonarotti. Our 4 hours experience over here has been etched in our memories forever.
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Venice, the city of canals
Mesmerizing capri island
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Things to do at Universal Studios Singapore
A trip to Singapore stands incomplete without a full day fun at Universal Studios Singapore [USS] . A theme park, having an enticing collection of rides, attractions, shows, thrill not just for adults but even for kids and rather whole family. A day spent at USS, usually goes as the most memorable adventurous day for the family, and ya it was the same for us, #FOTW family.
From shopping, dinning, adventure rides, kids ultimate characters and blockbuster film attractions, you name it and you get it, in this entertaining adventure theme park. All … Continue Reading
Island of Mauritius for this Winter
Here is a chance to celebrate Christmas & New Year in full sun, and I’m sure you would love sunbathing at Mauritius. Yes, be a Santa for your family and book a “summer fun filled” exotic adventure holiday this December. Live grill, BBQ, drinks, beaches, water fun, and ample Sun, isn’t that all what we need to plan this Christmas or New year? As the night falls, the musical performances, dances, concerts beside the glistening moonlight beach, start swaying your lives.
Climate of Mauritius in the October – December :
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A Stopover at Pisa : From Florence to Pisa!
Well, its so rich in the history & wonder world, that anyone visiting Italy, specially Tuscany, finds it as an incredible piece of engineering!#FOTW was going to Cinque Terre from Florence (Firenze) and so we had to stop over for some 3hours at Pisa and adore the work here which is full of history.
Reaching Pisa from Florence :
There are numerous “ItaliaRail/Trenitalia” trains running from Florence’s Santa Maria station to Pisa Centrale, of just 1.15 hour duration. This convenience poses Pisa as a quick stop over when in Florence … Continue Reading